Armstid Children

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Armstid Children
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Armstid, Children of Henry
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White
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Multi Gender Group
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Poor White
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Minor
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Alive
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In The Hamlet, there are at least four children in the Armstid family (393), beginning with the "biggest gal" who is twelve and the "littlest ones" whom she guards at night with an axe (347). This number differs from the earlier "Spotted Horses," but accords with the contemporaneous "Lizards in Jamshyd’s Courtyard" (1932) in which there are four children, all under six years of age and Light in August (1932), where the number increases to five children in six years.

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